About the Journal
Frontiers of Current Trends in Engineering and Technology (FCTET) is a bi-annual multidisciplinary open-access journal publishes original, peer-reviewed, theoretical and experimental research papers / short communications / review articles of more general interest to engineering discipline. The journal is a part of the academic activity on behalf of the Akshaya college of Engineering and Technology run by Akshaya charitable trust (a non-profit trust). The journal aims to promote current trends in multi-disciplinary engineering and share knowledge among international engineering societies. The papers address recent developments, scientific hypotheses, descriptive analysis that related to the socio - economic issues are highly preferred. The scope of the journal covers a broad range of engineering discipline, including, but not limited to,
Advanced biochemistry, biomechanics of the human, nero-musculoskeletal system, experimental neurobiology, medical ethics, solid biomechanics, human anatomy and physiology and biomedical engineering
Bridge engineering, cartography and geographic, construction technology, hydraulic engineering, geological engineering, geotechnical engineering, surveying engineering and environmental engineering.
Electrical and electronics engineering:
Advanced power semiconductors, high voltage and insulation, power engineering education, power systems communication, power systems deregulation, nuclear energy, power system and its automation.
Computer science and engineering:
Artificial intelligence, computer architecture, computer networks, data mining, embedded systems, multimedia databases, signal processing, operating systems, parallel and distributed computing and mobile computing
Mechanical and Mechatronics engineering:
Adaptive control, conduction heat transfer, continuum mechanics, corrosion and reliability, micro-system technology, numerical heat transfer, refrigeration and air conditioning, theory of thermal stresses, thermal system analysis, viscoelastic fluids and robotics.
All manuscripts are subject to peer review and selection will be based on the original contribution, strength of novelty, organizing manuscript and language editing. Article found to be plagiarized will be summarily rejected and will not be considered for peer review process.